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As soon as I entered the House of Seven Trees I knew that this is my place! The atmosphere is very cozy and welcoming. Barbara the manager does a great job in hosting the guests, giving suggestions where to go and what to do, cleaning...More
What a great place to stay! My riding buddy Sean and I had an absolute blast staying at the House of Seven Trees! Thanks to Robyn from Motoquest for recommending us to this great haven. Barb is the best and runs a clean, organized, comfortable,...More
Thanks House of Seven Trees Hostel in Talkeetna, Alaska for the warm and comfortable stay. You went above and beyond to show this Southern Boy some down home hospitality. The bed was nice but the smiles are what really sets you apart. I will be...More
Following a successful 16 day climb to the summit (:))of Denali, I stayed at the House of Seven Trees for one night in July 2018. It is located near the center of Talkeetna across the street from the Roadhouse. I stayed in a room on...More
I went to Alaska for ADVENTURE. I got one of the greatest experiences of my life at HOUSE of SEVEN Trees.
Barbara is an innkeeper extraordinaire. From the moment I opened the door, for the next 4 days I was laughing. She made sure I...More
Breakfast is not included- there is a really nice kitchen/stove and dining area, however, to prepare food using dishes that belong to the hostel. You will need to purchase your own items to snack on or have... More
Breakfast is not included- there is a really nice kitchen/stove and dining area, however, to prepare food using dishes that belong to the hostel. You will need to purchase your own items to snack on or have breakfast (if you don't intend to eat at one of the venues within easy walking distance across the street) at the General Store- there is milk, fruit, and cereal hot/cold though it will be at unusually high prices being in such a remote area.
I was not able to find a website when I booked, I had to call- keep in mind the time zones, because the phone is in an area in the living space that would wake several people if a call came in at 3am. It is listed as +1 907-733-7733
If you were unable to call, if you messaged me your reservation I would call from here in the States for you- to make a reservation in your name- I was just there about two months ago and had a wonderful visit. Guests pay prior to departure, credit cards accepted then.